Another psychiatric said social media humour serves as Abreaction
Therapy and helps bring back normalcy in the emotions of disappointed and dejected individuals.
IX When there is little physical, this less emotional, movement and fewer options, there are less kinds of opportunities for all physical creative abreaction
or enriching mourning rituals, amplification of habitual and experiencing of new gestures.
Thus, with abreaction
or discharge of the original experience through recall of the precipitating event that brought about the hysterical symptom in the first place, the "force that has maintained the symptom ceases to operate, and the symptom disappears" (Breuer & Freud, 1895/2001, p.
Although playing digital games seems to contribute to healthy life, abreaction
, and relaxation, especially in adolescents, in the literature, it has been pointed out that, if not controlled, it can lead to serious health problems including nutrition disorders.
Using age regression (abreaction
) in hypnosis in the context of psychotherapy appear to provide direct access to amygdala-based implicit memories during which the content of implicit memories can be explored for the unconscious meaning and for the responses conditioned during traumatic events.
He refers to William Sargent's (1958) "Battle for the Mind", in which political and religious conversion is described as "abreaction
", the creation of a psychic spasm that hard-wires the belief system.
It was pointed out by critiques of Levi-Strauss that the abreaction
performed by the sorcerer for the silent patient does not respect the actual psychoanalytical method which normally implies a very pro-active attitude of the patient himself, while the analyst should restrict himself to carefully conduct the patient to this goal (Neu 1977: 120).
Later, in Pointsman's abreaction
ward, the text illustrates the return of trauma for a patient ("you") who survived a V-2 hit on a movie theater that foreshadows the novel's ending.
for conversion disorder: systematic review with meta-analysis.
By applying contemporary trauma theory, especially the methodologies for processing post-traumatic-stress-disorder and even more particularly the process of abreaction
, to the conversion narratives contained in John Roger's Othel or Beth-shemesh (1653), McAreavey illustrates how "what is distinctive about the trauma literature produced by the Independent communities of the 1650s is that ultimately the 'whole' that is formed at the end of the abreaction
process is not constituted by the self but by the godly community of which one becomes a member" (164).
Freud calls this phenomenon abreaction
's therapeutic effect consists in the removal of the emotions connected to the traumatic event that has been repressed, and the consequent disappearance of the symptoms caused by its repression.
Nearly half of the volume is devoted to close readings of the poems, but chapters also discuss abreaction
through artistic meditation, lived and literary existence, and in search of the prose poem.